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July 22, 2022
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David Burda
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Consumerism Outcomes System Dynamics
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Podcast: Variations in Physician Compensation 7/22/22

Variations are Becoming the Norm

Variations in practice patterns? Variations in clinical outcomes? Now come variations in physician compensation. We try to explain the unexplainable on today’s episode of the 4sight Friday Roundup podcast.

  • Julie Vaughan Murchinson is Partner of Transformation Capital and former CEO of Health Evolution.
  • Gaurov Dayal, M.D., is CEO of Axia Women’s Health.
  • David Burda is News Editor and Columnist of 4sight Health.

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About the Author

David Burda

Dave Burda began covering healthcare in 1983 and hasn’t stopped since. Dave writes this monthly column “Burda on Healthcare,” contributes weekly blog posts, manages our weekly newsletter 4sight Friday, and hosts our weekly Roundup podcast. Dave believes that healthcare is a business like any other business, and customers—patients—are king. If you do what’s right for patients, good business results will follow.

Dave’s personal experiences with the healthcare system both as a patient and family caregiver have shaped his point of view. It’s also been shaped by covering the industry for 35 years as a reporter and editor. He worked at Modern Healthcare for 25 years, the last 11 as editor.

Prior to Modern Healthcare, he did stints at the American Medical Record Association (now AHIMA) and the American Hospital Association. After Modern Healthcare, he wrote a monthly column for Twin Cities Business explaining healthcare trends to a business audience, and he developed and executed content marketing plans for leading healthcare corporations as the editorial director for healthcare strategies at MSP Communications.

When he’s not reading and writing about healthcare, Dave spends his time riding the trails of DuPage County, IL, on his bike, tending his vegetable garden and daydreaming about being a lobster fisherman in Maine. He lives in Wheaton, IL, with his lovely wife of 35 years and his three children, none of whom want to be journalists or lobster fishermen.

 

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